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Antsan
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05:21:39 PM Nov 21st 2014
Since when is Marten an Author Avatar? Wasn't it established that he is, to the surprise of many, explicitly not one?
Westrim
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12:58:27 PM Oct 4th 2014
edited by 169.231.13.188
Regarding Marten and sexual promiscuity tropes like The Casanova and Really Gets Around; they do not apply. Having a one night stand does not result in either of those tropes. Having one long term relationship, one short relationship, and a single one night stand (that he feels very uncomfortable about) does not result in either of those tropes. Having a one night stand does not result in either of those tropes. The main character having more relationship focus does not result in either of those tropes. For that matter, having relationships does not result in either of those tropes. Neither does Ship Tease. This is not even ambiguous; having 3 sexual relationships over an estimated 2 year period does not make a person either of those tropes. Looking at the trope descriptions should make this very obvious.

Comparisons to other cast members should be irrelevant, but since they're being used I'll point out that having three sexual relationships while most other cast members have had one or none still does not particularly stand out. The tropes refer to characters that have not just more, but a lot more. And by the way, Steve was with Ellen, Tortura, Meena, and now Cosette, three of those being sexual relationships (Ellen was underage), the same as Marten.
Larkmarn
08:53:13 AM Oct 6th 2014
edited by 156.33.241.9
Those are nonsensical entries. Those tropes aren't relative to other cast members, and even if they were, Marten is nowhere near a qualifier for those.

Given the guy who added them was suspended, I feel like we can pull it.
Katsuhagi
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09:10:41 AM Feb 2nd 2013
edited by Katsuhagi
Just FYI, Trans Equals Gay does not mean "trans person who happens to be attracted to someone who is the same biological sex as themselves" which was how it was being used for Claire on this page, so I took it off. Plus it's been implied she's actually bisexual (or possibly pansexual), and if she's only attracted to men then she's actually heterosexual as she's a woman.
HighFive
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07:04:22 PM Jan 26th 2013
So why does Claire's trans status need to be marked for spoilers?
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